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City Under-21s In Action At Ashton Gate Tonight

Wade Elliott will lead his Bristol City Under-21s at Ashton Gate for the first time tonight as they host Nottingham Forest (7pm).

Elliott’s young charges have won two of their six Professional Development League encounters this season, including a 3-2 victory over the manager’s former club Birmingham City a fortnight ago.

Season ticket holders can attend the match free of charge. Forever Bristol members will pay £3, non-members £5. All concessions enter for free.

Please note only the Atyeo Stand will be in use for the fixture.

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